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Faculty of Engineering

Professor Andrew McIntosh

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Visiting Professor

Research activities

  • Advanced Materials for Aerospace Applications
  • Aviation
  • Biomimetics
  • Combustion in Gas Turbine Engines and Enhanced Efficiency
  • Emissions and their Control
  • Fundamentals of Pressure Interactions with Flames
  • Hot Spot Ignition
  • Ignition of Combustible Fluid and Vapour within Porous Insulation Material
  • Interaction of Acoustics and Flames

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Selected publications

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Hughes KJ, Brindley J, McIntosh AC Initiation and propagation of combustion waves with competitive reactions and water evaporation. Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, vol. 469, 2013.LINK
McIntosh AC, Sharples JJ, Sidhu HS, Brindley J, Gubernov VV Analysis of combustion waves arising in the presence of a competitive endothermic reaction. IMA Journal of Applied Mathematics, vol. 77, pp.18-31. 2012.
King PT, Andrews GE, Pourkashanian MM, McIntosh AC CFD predictions of isothermal fuel-air mixing in a radial swirl low NO x combustor using various rans turbulence models. Proceedings of the ASME Turbo Expo, vol. 2, pp.973-983. 2012.DOI
McIntosh AC, Prongidis A, Wilson CW, Dolmansley T Enhancement of ignition of a gas turbine by the addition of small amounts of H2O2. Proceedings of the IMechE, vol. Vol 226 Part A: Journal of power and energy, pp.49-61. 2012.
King PT, Lazim TBM, Andrews GE, Pourkashanian MM, McIntosh AC Internal gas analysis and CFD predictions of double contra-rotating axial swirlers with fuel injection from between the two outlets. Proceedings of the ASME Turbo Expo, vol. 2, pp.995-1003. 2012.DOI
King PT, Andrews GE, Pourkashanian MM, McIntosh AC Nitric oxide predictions for low NOX radial swirlers with central fuel injection using CFD. Proceedings of the ASME Turbo Expo, vol. 2, pp.985-993. 2012.DOI

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